What is another word for standstills?


[ stˈandstɪlz], [ stˈandstɪlz], [ s_t_ˈa_n_d_s_t_ɪ_l_z]

Standstill refers to a momentary pause or point of time where there is no movement or activity happening. There are several synonyms for the word standstill, including halt, stoppage, freeze, deadlock, interruption, and gridlock. Halt suggests a temporary cessation of activity, while a stoppage refers to a complete cessation of activity. Freeze and deadlock both imply a complete cessation of progress, while an interruption and gridlock suggest a temporary or partial blockade of movement. Each of these synonyms for standstill can be used to describe situations where there is a pause or delay in activity or movement, providing a useful range of options for writers and speakers looking to describe such moments.

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